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All The Way Down
Found this link on a forum note....payoff!
I happen to catch you on the cover page, showing off your fish again. :)
Hope all has been well for you~ it's been a long time since my last hello- so- "hello!" ~ Enjoyed listening to your music, always had- always will!
Thanks Gary and Erik .. your kind comments are always appreciated :)
I'm not up on this genre, but I did enjoy the nice build up that started the song off. The keyboard sounded cool - effects and the chords were interesting. I like the way you introduce new sounds. The sound was becoming a nice comfortable groove until around 3:30 - I guess it was break time for the dancers (LOL!) - but then you re-delivered the groove... NICE! Very cool time spent here... I think you should definitely continue your comeback.
Lot going on here, this is a very, very busy piece of work, and there's a delicious sense of speed/thrusting-forwardness (if there's even such a term). I agree very much with the guy who pictured this as a soundrack to speeded-up driving footage. Particularly good, solid, liquid bass here too which is always a bonus in my book.
Cheers Paul for the listen... Always appreciated .... :)
Hey what's not to like. Great melody and well produced and not overpowering.You have a great talent there Slippy-T Rated.All the best Paul
Many thanks Europica for time taken to listen and comment. Much appreciated
Nice groove going on here and that bass is meaty. Cant help but nod me head to this. Cool synth sounds/melodies that make it move. Im glad you have got the time to make music again.
Thanks to both Busted Down Ford and PJ for listening. Always appreciated and I will get round to checking your pages..
Hi Slippy, haven't listened to any of your tracks before but I am very impressed with this. You got me tapping away. Love your sound. Keep up the great work. PJ
Wonderful straight out of the gate Slippy T! Welcome back (I didn't know you were gone:), I'm kinda new around here...). Really like the percussion and the smooth groove! Nice overlays, kinda jazzy to my ears and I like it! Rated!
Thanks Dawn and DJC for your thoughtful comments .. Very much appreciated. :)
Different! And heartily enjoyed, great beats and I love that guitar...nice mix, does have a bit of a "retro" feel to it which suits me to a T! Sounds good, think I'll have me a second helping....:)
I get what NMarty is saying, it's because of the pace of it, which is so cool and drives the rest along neatly so that we have plenty of time to ponder the rest. I loved all the variety of sounds...buzzy bees below and George Fame above, then some lovely lowlights which sound Japanese to me....it's really creative and memorable. My son's a drummer and he will tell you that the drum roll was the absolute icing on the cake for me...tops Slippy!!
The listen and comments are much appreciated KtA..
Think this would really suit one of those ''driver's eye'' videos where they speed up the footage of a journey.Some cool synth sounds and the acoustic's a nice touch.R8ed.
Ahhh Bless yer cottons James.. Thank for such a positive input :)
Well "I" like it dude. It's not too lectronicish/tecno to put me off. Good vibe and builds with the guitar/synth sounds ya got. It's got a little soul vibe too (did I mention early 70s vibe on "when something ain't right" 1st time around - ditto this but to a lesser extent). Sweet stuff dude and thumzup... drums nice and not too in-yer-face - nice return to the main beat after 4mins dude. Ya keep this one going without going over the top which deserves applause - summat i never manage to do!!!
Slippy-T ... A variety of music tastes and styles.. Composer,producer, vocalist ...
A musical path that streches back a long way. The pleasurable part is I'm very much still enjoying my music in all of its varied guises. There's always time to listen to music but precious few hours to sit down and and get creative with it, which makes it all the more valuable to me.
Its been blinking ages since I've heard a Slippy T effort, absolute yonks. Bleak (February 2008) was my last encounter and before that a year had passed since Ain't This Just the Feeling 2 (JB Tribute) (January 2007). The reason I mention this is because I have known Rob Taylor (aka Slippy T) since forever and believe me, this guys fingerprints were everywhere back in the day. In the meantime,
The funky monkey strikes again! For those who spend most of their life off-planet, or in whatever place they go to, almost at the end of last year we lost one of the funkiest human beings ever to have lived, the late lamented Mr James Brown Funk Sould Brother #1. Considering the impact this one man has had on todays music it was painful to see the extremely small amount of online mourn
Already mentioned this artist once this month in my review of Conkuss, yet another mate from a few years back who has just re-appeared on the scene. As many of you already know, I have a very soft spot for this vocalist whose highly distinctive style - I've found anyway - people either love or hate. I like what he does and always have and he has consistently given me aural pleasure (Oo
The more you know about an artist, the less surprised by them you are. You become sure of their style, their way of doing things and you begin to expect it. Not so with some artists however, and those are the ones - in my mind - who have the longevity to see that they are forever evolving their style - no matter what their physical age. Take Rob Taylor (aka Slippy T) for an obvio
Righty just got home and my fingers are to cold to type! but already
the track is making me want to type, firstly on first impression i like
it, its got a nice warm feel to it, this track has a nice mix of
sounds in it, its quite hard to put into a stright catergory, but it
covers more than what it says on the tin, which holds my interest.
The synth sounds that you ha
After the surprise You Left Me (a collab with Greybrow I reviewed last month), I must admit to looking forward to this to see if what had happened on You Left Me had translated to his own material. I am mighty pleased to report that it has indeed and done so on what to my mind is one of the best Slippy T tracks I have heard for a good long while. That may well have to do with the fact
Addiction, ah let me count the ways.... See you in a couple of years :D
Way back in the day (wtf DOES that mean anyway?) when I was only
slightly younger and less crumbly than I am at present, I hung out on
an 'instant music' site. Not because I needed a quick fix, but
because - to my surprise - I found some very competent musicians on
their who were making anything but instant
The first MP3 Unsigned artist I am reviewing this month is a guy I've known forever. Rob Taylor aka Slippy T and I have knocked around many of the same websites for years and in that time he has become a firm favourite of mine. He's also a nice, regular bloke and as we all know that helps a lot around here. It also helps if you have a USP (Unique Selling Point) and Slippy has one
I would have to be ear blind to not know of Mr Slippy T.
What makes this guy tick?
He is prolific as hell. I think this guy could write a song a day. While some people take vitamins to get going Slippy T writes a new song.
What about those songs?
Solid song writing from a solid song writer. He is consistent and interesting in his approach.
Bottom end is always important
The first time I ever really noticed the work of Rob Taylor (aka Slippy T) was about three years ago over on the Ejay site. In amongst all those Black Box clones and other assorted 'dance' rubbish that that site was (in)famous for were some really stunning - and extremely original - artists. Many of them are much better known these days, names such as The Dead Company, Delivery System, Xanthe, K
Ok this is a bit of a different track from Rob and a very interesting one at that.The track starts off with a very industrial sounding beat which is constructed very nicely.
On first listen i thought this was all there was to the song as it does go on for a fair bit before anything else happens.Well when this does happen about half way through the track this is where the song really begins to tak
As I have stated previously, I am not knowledgable in this style. That being said, I'm starting to understand the differences in the listed styles. I thoroughly enjoy listening to a still unfamiliar medium, and having a chance to review the style.
I was blown away by another song of Slippy-T's, Blast, which was an adrenaline uptake. This one had a completely different, and equally enjoyab